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Inhaltsangabe: In telling stories, Jesus often used imagination and metaphor, pulling attention-grabbing stories and images from the air. He asked his hearers to imagine someone who could examine a speck in another's eye while a plank protruded from his own, or to visualize a great camel squeezing through the eye of a needle. He spoke of a despised Samaritan who showed unexpected compassion and a bigger-barn-building landowner who thought only of himself. Jesus' hearers understood that the characters and events in those memorable stories didn't have to be real in order for the stories to be true.
In his preaching experience of nearly forty years, Tony Cartledge, like many other preachers, has often told creative stories as an avenue for capturing the attention and engaging the minds of those listening to the message he was called upon to bring. His latest book, Telling Stories, contains a smorgasbord of stories and scripts that range from the possible to the fantastic, along with one that really happened. They include original stories in folktale style and monologues or dialogues designed to illuminate biblical characters. All of these stories are designed to inspire those who proclaim Christ to effectively utilize good stories in their own preaching.
Über den Autor: Tony Cartledge teaches the Bible story to students at Campbell University Divinity School, where he is Associate Professor of Old Testament. For nearly nine years, he told the Baptist story as editor of North Carolina's Biblical Recorder, and continues to do so as contributing editor for Baptists Today. He is the author of Vows in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East, 1 & 2 Samuel in the Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary Series, and Intrigued, How I Love to Proclaim It. He is co-author, with wife Jan, of A Whole New World: Life after Bethany, and Job: Into the Fire, Out of the Ashes.
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